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The Top 40 Most Read Wikipedia Pages Of 2020 Perfectly Capture The Hellscape That Was 2020

This list sums up the year pretty well.

40. Shooting of Breonna Taylor

A woman standing in front of a mural of Breonna Taylors that's surrounded with flowers and tributes

39. List of Marvel Cinematic Universe films

38. Antifa (United States)

Protesters and police officers face off

37. Charles, Prince of Wales

Prince Charles walking with Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton behind him

36. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Philip standing with Queen Elizabeth

35. Tenet (film)

Poster for Tenet featuring John David Washington

34. COVID-19 pandemic in Italy

Two medical professionals standing next to a hospital bed

33. Joe Exotic

32. Billie Eilish

31. List of presidents of the United States

Abraham Lincoln

30. Diana, Princess of Wales

29. Killing of George Floyd

Protestors holding a posters that reads 'I can't breath' with hand prints all over it

28. Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein's mugshot

27. Alexander Hamilton

26. Barack Obama

25. Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

24. United States Electoral College

23. YouTube

22. United States

21. Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick giving the 'Wakanda Forever' salute at the Howard University graduation ceremony

20. Parasite (2019 film)

Bong Joon-ho, the director of Parasite

19. QAnon

A shirtless man with a poster supporting QAnon

18. COVID-19 pandemic in India

Man wearing a mask sitting on a bench

17. Sushant Singh Rajput

16. COVID-19 pandemic in the United States

Thank You Key Workers written on windows

15. Coronavirus disease 2019

Covid-19 under the microscope

14. Michael Jordan

13. 2016 United States presidential election

Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton on the debate stage

12. Elon Musk

11. Spanish flu

10. Elizabeth II

9. 2020 United States presidential election

8. COVID-19 pandemic by country and territory

7. Kobe Bryant

6. Coronavirus

5. Joe Biden

4. Kamala Harris

Vice President-elect Harris receiving the Corona virus vaccine

3. Deaths in 2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

2. Donald Trump

1. COVID-19 pandemic

Source: The Wikimedia Foundation.

Note: These are the top 40 pages for English Wikipedia only.